Minister Raises $2,000 Bail for Black Woman 'Arrested While Trans'

Bail Money Raised for Black Woman 'Arrested While Trans'

A minister with Midwestern roots hopes to raise even more money for Meagan Taylor, to pay an outstanding fine.

Police Lieutenant’s Homophobia Revealed in Antigay Letter

Cop Reveals His Hatred in Antigay Letter to Editor

Lt. Toby Will of Stockton, Calif., says homosexuality is 'vile and sinful' and will bring 'the wrath of God.'

Second Calif. Trans Prisoner May Receive Option of Gender-Affirming Surgery

Second Calif. Trans Prisoner May Receive Option of Gender-Affirming Surgery

An appeals court found it 'plausible' that a prison denying Mia Rosati surgery violated her right to equal protection.

San Francisco's LGBT Chicano Mural Torched in Third Vandalization

S.F. LGBT Chicano Mural Torched in Third Vandalization

The mural in San Francisco's Mission District was vandalized for the third time last night, this time with an incendiary device. The attack is being investigated as a hate crime.

Shooting Incident at San Francisco Pride
June 28 2015 2:32 PM ET

Arrests Follow Shooting at San Francisco Pride

San Francisco Police say they've made arrests following the shooting of an innocent bystander attending Pride.

WATCH: Two of California's First Marriage Plaintiffs React to SCOTUS Ruling

WATCH: Two of California's First Marriage Plaintiffs React to Ruling

Robin Tyler (left) and Diane Olson helped ignite the national marriage movement over a decade ago. Watch them react to today's historic ruling.

Gay Chicano Artist of Twice-Defaced LGBT Latino Mural in San Francisco: 'We Exist'

Gay Artist of Twice-Defaced LGBT Latino Mural: 'We Exist'

San Francisco police are investigating as a possible hate crime the repeated vandalism of a gay cholo mural in the Mission District, while the artist is hoping to use the visibility to support a local charity.

Infamous WeHo Dance Palace Makes National Trust's Most Endangered List

Infamous WeHo Dance Palace on Endangered List

A 1920s-era camera factory became a trendsetting disco in the early 1970s and later a locus of AIDS activism. It's now threatened by redevelopment.

California Judge: 'Death to Gays' Ballot Measure 'Patently Unconstitutional'

Judge: 'Death to Gays' Measure 'Patently Unconstitutional'

This means Attorney General Kamala Harris won't have to let the measure's sponsor try to gather signatures to put it before voters.

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